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6:44 PM PDT on July 28, 2016 (GMT -0700)
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Elev 4980 ft 40.29 °N, 121.05 °W | Updated 23 seconds ago

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Feels Like 87 °F
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Pressure 30.00 in
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Heat Index 87 °F
Dew Point 48 °F
Humidity 24%
Rainfall 0.00 in
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Pressure 30.00 in
Visibility miles
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Heat Index 87 °F
Dew Point 48 °F
Humidity 24%
Rainfall 0.00 in
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5:58 AM 8:22 PM
Waning Crescent, 27% visible
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Special Statement
Issued: 1:05 PM PDT Jul. 28, 2016 – National Weather Service

... Widespread heat with increased fire weather concerns through
Friday...

.Impacts...
* moderate risk for heat-related illnesses for sensitive
    groups, locally high risk for most groups
* increased fire weather concerns for higher terrain

.Forecast confidence...
* high for multiple days of triple digit heat

.Timing and strength...
* widespread valley and foothills highs of 100 to 110 degrees
    through Friday
* near record heat today and Friday
* low humidity with poor overnight recovery over higher terrain

.Weather summary...
Strong high pressure will bring hot temperatures with valley and
foothills highs in the triple digits through Friday. The north end
of the Sacramento Valley will have temperatures around 110
degrees. It will remain hot on Saturday, but temperatures will start
to trend downward slightly and return to near normal by Sunday.
Humidity levels will be low with poor overnight recovery for
higher terrain, bringing increased fire weather concerns.


105 PM PDT Thu Jul 28 2016

... Widespread heat with increased fire weather concerns through
Friday...

.Impacts...
* moderate risk for heat-related illnesses for sensitive
    groups, locally high risk for most groups
* increased fire weather concerns for higher terrain

.Forecast confidence...
* high for multiple days of triple digit heat

.Timing and strength...
* widespread valley and foothills highs of 100 to 110 degrees
    through Friday
* near record heat today and Friday
* low humidity with poor overnight recovery over higher terrain

.Weather summary...
Strong high pressure will bring hot temperatures with valley and
foothills highs in the triple digits through Friday. The north end
of the Sacramento Valley will have temperatures around 110
degrees. It will remain hot on Saturday, but temperatures will start
to trend downward slightly and return to near normal by Sunday.
Humidity levels will be low with poor overnight recovery for
higher terrain, bringing increased fire weather concerns.



Fire Weather Watch
Issued: 2:43 PM PDT Jul. 28, 2016 – National Weather Service

... Fire Weather Watch remains in effect from Friday afternoon
through Friday evening for thunderstorms and strong outflow winds
for portions of northeast California and western Nevada...

* affected area... fire zone 270 Surprise Valley California, fire
zone 271 western Lassen/eastern Plumas/eastern Sierra/eastern
Nevada counties, fire zone 278 eastern Lassen County and fire
zone 458 northern Washoe County.

* Thunderstorms... isolated dry thunderstorms are expected to
develop Friday afternoon and continue into Friday evening.

* Outflow winds... gusts 40-50 mph are likely with locally higher
gusts over 60 mph possible in the desert areas.

* Impacts... lightning can create new fire starts and may combine
with strong outflow winds to cause a fire to rapidly grow in
size and intensity.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Avoid outdoor activities that can cause a spark near dry
vegetation... such as yard work... target shooting... or
campfires. Follow local fire restrictions. Check weather.Gov/Reno
for updates and livingwithfire.Info for preparedness tips.



Http://weather.Gov/Reno